The Public Theater has announced a final 2-week extension for its current revival of Tony Kushner's A Bright Room Called Day, helmed by the Public's Artisic Director Oskar Eustis, which began performances at the Public's Anspacher Theater on October 29, officially opening on November 19 (read our 4* review) and will now close on December 22, 2019 (instead of December 8).
A Bright Room Called Day, now at the Public Theater, first breathed life back in 1985. We know this because playwright Tony Kushner appears as a character in the story about 10 minutes in and tells us. Mind you, he is not identified as Kushner. He is not named anywhere except the program. He is Xillah (Jonathan Hadary), and presents himself as the author in a quandary. This is the play he... Read more